The Malcom W. Gross Rose Garden, in Cedar Creek Parkway, was open in 1931 and it is now home to dozens of varieties of roses climbing on arches and trellises, two crisp white gazebos, a pond with beautiful water lilies, an herb garden and a quiet narrow stream.
The Old-Fashioned Rose Garden is a popular spot for wedding and engagement pictures, but when we went there there was a fashion photo shoot going on. I use "fashion" very loosely; the model's dress was so tiny, I couldn't tell if it was a garment or an accessory.
Now if you want to experience a rose garden like we do, then one person carefully inspects the flowers, smelling each variety and reading the signs, while the other chases her around with a camera. We have a lot of pictures. I mean a LOT of pictures.
Trevor and I have this habit: whenever we see a well, he pretends to fall in it and I pretend to save him. If not carefully executed, it might seem (to the unknowing eye) that I'm pushing him in. Why would I ever do that? Who would iron my dresses and bake me muffins?